The Digital Naturalism Conference held its first session for 8 weeks in the year 2561. Located on Koh Lon, Thailand, it sought to bring together interaction designers, art-ists, field biologists, and anyone interested in finding new ways to explore the natural world. The goal was to experiment with ways of living and working together with DIY technology and wilderness environments. It was free for participants to join and independently funded by Andrew Quitmeyer, Tasneem Khan, and additional crowdfunding. Yannick Mazy provided the incredible facilities of the Diva Andaman to serve as our ocean makerspace. Most imagery collected by the Documentary crew (Danielle Hoogendijk and Mark Lifana), Andy Quitmeyer, Tasneem Khan, and Umeed Mistry with additional content provided by participants such as Seamus Killdall, Hannah Perner-Wilson, Saad Chi-noy, and many others. Magdalena Sorger also provided several ant photos through-out this book. This book was put together hastily by Andrew Quitmeyer while trying to balance out finishing the conference, quitting his job, teaching classes, moving across the world, and seeing a PhD Student through her final defense. There’s probably lots of mistakes and typos for which I apologize. I am happily amazed this book came out as much as it was able to anyway. I hope it entertains you and spikes your curiosity as you see the variety of fascinating projects conducted over an incredible time together.